Robert P. Glynn, a former longtime resident of Sagamore Beach and most recently of Clayton, North Carolina, died December 1. He was 77.

He was the husband of Kathaleen (Moran) Glynn, to whom he was married for 53 years.

The son of Francis and Helen (Beard) Glynn, he was raised in Dorchester and Quincy. He was a graduate of Quincy High School and enlisted in the US Army Reserve.

After a full career with Shawmut Bank in Boston, Mr. Glynn continued his financial career with Harbor One Credit Union before going into retirement.

He then spent several years as a driver for Habilitation Assistance in Pocasset, and was active in public service including as a volunteer for many years with the Bourne Scallop Festival.

He and his wife moved to North Carolina in 2019 to spend time with their grandchildren.

Mr. Glynn enjoyed travel and boating.

Besides his wife, he leaves four children, Christine Morgan and her husband, Ronald Morgan, of Sagamore Beach, Corrine Starke and her husband, Jeremy Starke, of Raleigh, North Carolina, Roberta Falcone and her husband, Andrew Falcone, of Clayton, North Carolina, and Adam Glynn and his wife, Katie Martin, of Falmouth; and six grandchildren.

A celebration of the life of Robert Glynn will take place on Monday, December 20, from 4 to 7 PM at Nickerson-Bourne Funeral Home, 154 Route 6A in Sandwich.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday, December 21, at 11 AM at Corpus Christi Church in East Sandwich.

Burial will follow at Sandwich Town Cemetery.

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